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Stuck In Grief and In 2018

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Oh hello Lovely One January 1, 2018 … I was excited and motivated, well it appeared that way but honestly, I was struggling. I was feeling stuck…let me explain briefly. My grief had once again begun to overwhelm me and started to make me feel stuck- stuck and alone.  I struggled to find my way Read more

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Year 7…

Year 7…featured

It is 2/22 and it’s been year 7 since Chloe passed away! As I type this, I am at a loss for words. I am sad and I miss my baby. I miss knowing Chloe at 1 years old, at 5 years old, and now at 7 years old. I wish I could share with Read more

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Just Show Up

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I originally was going to write this post for those around us, who feel they have to dictate our grief journeys but then I realized that most important it’s about showing up for ourselves. And in my humble opinion, I don’t believe that we can show up for anyone else until we show up for Read more

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How to live with a broken heart

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As I write this I just got the news that my mom’s sister, my Aunt Alice passed away.  My heart is broken.  And then my forever friends lost their beautiful grandmother, my heart heavy with sadness. And it brought me to this post. Grief and loss it’s something that we all face, never willingly- instead Read more

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Waking Up With Grief

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I often look to the first moment that I wake up each day – just for that moment I forget that I don’t have my daughter Chloe or my parents here with me and then that excruciating realization happens, they are gone.  Sadness overwhelms me all over again and I then go through a series Read more

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Betraying My Grief

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As I sit here, I’ve been in tears for the last 2 hours.   I am feeling as if I have betrayed the state of my grief, betraying my loss.  Please read on to understand and know this is one of the most vulnerable blog posts that I’ve written…. I am overweight, and more important, I Read more

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Why doesn’t the Grief stop?

Why doesn’t the Grief stop?featured

My fascination with grief began when I was 19 years old. My maternal grandfather died one day before my 19th Birthday after battling cancer.  I was devastated for my mom and then months went by and she wasn’t who she use to be.  Nothing appealed to her, she cried all the time, and her sadness Read more

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It’ll never be long enough…

It’ll never be long enough…featured

Today I heard from one of my lifelong Sister friends (I’ve been friends with both her and her sister, most of our lives) that her grandmother wasn’t doing well and they both said well she’s 96 but to think of saying goodbye to her is sad and hard. Immediately my eyes welled up with tears. Read more

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The Peace In Grief

The Peace In Grieffeatured

To grieve will feel as if you cannot make it through. You will feel so alone in a room full of others, you will feel as if a shower is unnecessary and eating isn’t for you.  There’s constant chaos in your body, in your heart. You feel as if it’s been forever and just last Read more

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